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Thursday, January 10, 1918.
somas or THE VAN LOONS HOW GEORGE THUS 01 AIDES WAR MRS TERRITORIAL SETTLEMENTS MUST BE BASED ON CONSENT OF THE GOVERNED "We have arrived," the Premier went on, "at the most critical hour of this terrible conflict and before any government takes the fateful de cision as to the -conditions under which it ought either to terminate or continue the struggle it ought to be satisfied that the conscience of the nation is beihnd these conditions." Mr. Lloyd George said that during the last few days he had taken spe cial pains to ascertain the views and the attitude of representative men of all sections of thought in the coun try. Discusses War Aims He had read the statement of la bor's war aims, he continued, and had discussed the subject of war aims with former Premier Asquith and with Viscount Grey. Had the Nationalist leaders in Ireland not been engaged with the tangled prob lem of Irish self-government he would have been happy to exchange views with them. He had also con sulted representatives of Great Brit ain's overseas dominions. As a result of these discussions, said Mr. Lloyd George, although the government alone was responsible for the" actual language he proposed using, there was a national agree ment as to the character and pur pose of the nation's war aims and peace conditions. He was speaking, therefore, not merely the mind of the government but the mind of the na tion and the empire. Not War of Aggression "We are not fighting a war of ag gression against the German people," declared the Premier. "The destruc tion or disruption of Germany or the German people has never been a war aim with us since the first day of the war to now. The British people never aimed at breaking up the German peoples or the disintegration of their state. Our wish is not to destroy Germany's great position in the world but to turn her aside from schemes of military domination to devote her- strength to beneficent tasks." The Premier continued with the declaration that Great Britain was not fighting to take "Constantinople from Turkey nor destroy Austria Hungary. "We are not fighting," he said, to destroy Austria-Hungard or to de prive Turkey of its capital or the rich lands in Asia Minor and Thrace which are predominantly Turkish." "Our viewpoint," the Premier de clared, "is that the adoption of a democratic constitution by Germany would be the most convincing evi dence that the old spirit of military domination was dead but that is a question for the German people to decide." With Consent of Governed The basis of any territorial settle ment must be government with the consent of the governed, the Premier asserted. Referring to the pronouncement made on Dec. 25 by Count Czernin. the Austro-Hungarian foreign min ister, at the Brest-Litovsk peace con ference, the Premier said: "It is impossible to believe that any permanent peace could be erect ed on such a foundation." Premier Lloyd George said that an independent Poland comprising all genuinely Polish elements who desir ed to participate was an urgent neces sity for the stability of western Eur ope. Will Stand To Last The prime minister said that de mocracy in Greiat Britain would stand to the last by the democracies of France and Italy. "We should be proud to fight to the end," he declared, "side by side with the new Russian democracy. So would America, France and Italy. But if he present rulers of Russia act in dependently we have no means to arrest the catastrophe. Russia can only be saved by her own people." "We mean to stand by the French democracy to the death," the Pre mier continued, "in the demand the French make for a reconsideration of the great wrong of 1871 when Alsace Lorraine was torn away from them. This sore has poisoned the peace of all Europe for half a century and until it is cured healthy conditions cannot be restored." As regard the German constitu tion, Mr. Lloyd George said Great Britain was not fighting to destroy it, although it considered a military, autocratic constitution a dangerous anachronism. After his reference to the desirability of the adoption of a democratic constitution by Germany he continued: "The days of the treaty of Vienna are long past. We can no longer sub mit the future of European civiliza tion to the arbitrary decisions of a few negotiators striving to secure by chicanery or persuasion the interests of this or that dynasty or nation. Therefore, government with the con sent of the governed must be the basis of any territorial settlement." German Colonies Speaking with regard to the dis position of the German colonies the Premier said: "They are held at the disposal of a conference whose decision must have primary regard to the wishes and interests of their native inhabi tants." "Nobody who knows Prussia and her designs toward Russia can doubt her ultimate intention," he continued. "Whatever phrases she uses to de lude Russia she does not mean to sur render any of the Russian provinces and cities now occupied. Under one name or another they will henceforth be part of the Prussian dominions ruled by the Prussian sword and the rest of the Russians will be enticed or bullied into complete economic and ultimate political enslavement." "Reparation means recognition*" the Premier said, "unless internation al right is recognized by insistence on payment for injury done in de fiance of its canons it can never be a reality. Next comes the restora tion of Serbia, Montenegro and the occupied parts of France, Italy and Rumania. The complete withdrawal of alien armies and reparation for injustice is the fundamental condi tion of a permanent peace." "We regard as vital," said the Pre mier, "the legitimate claims of the Italians for union with those of their own race and tongue. "We also mean to press that jus tice be done to the men of Rumanian blood and speech." "If these conditions were fulfilled, Austria-Hungary would become a power whose strength would conduce to the permanent peace and freedom of Europe instead of bein gall instru ment of the pernicious Prussian mil itary autocracy." Belgium Comes First The premier said the first require ments always made by the British and their allies had been complete restoration of the political territorial and economic independence of Bel gium, and such reparation as could be made for the devastation of its towns and provinces. This was no demand for war indemnity, but insis tence on the fact that before there could be any hope of stable peace this great breach of public law in Europe must be repudiated and so far as pos sible repaired. "Although we agree with President Wilson that the breaking up of Aus tria-Hungary is no part of our war aims," he continued, "we feel that unless genuine self-government on true democratic principles is granted those Austro-Hungarian nationalities who have long desired it, it is im possible to hope for removal of those causes of unrest in that part of Eu rope which so long have threatened its genuine peace." Outside of Europe, Mr. Lloyd George went on, he believed the sam° principles should be applied. He add ed: The Turkish Empire "While we do not challenge main tenance of the Turkish empire in the home lands of the Turkish race, with its capital Constantinople—the pass age between the Mediterranean and the Black sea being internationalized and neutralized Arabia, Armenia, Mesopotamia, Syria and Palestine are, in our judgment, entitled to recogni tion of their separate national condi tions." The premier told his hearers much had been said about the arrange ments Great Britain had made with its allies on this and other subjects. He could say only that as new cir cumstances like the Russian collapse and the separate Russian negotia tions had changed the conditions in which the arrangements were made, the government was always ready to discuss them with the allied nations. "One regrettable omission we no tice in the proposal of the central powers," he said, "we believe a great Willard is known to have been in not the best fighting trim for some while and reports of his weight have varied from 280 pounds to nigh 400. Recently Willard came to bat with the hint that he has been in secret training for some while and that he no longer bears a close resemblance to a mammoth or other type of pre historic fauna. If Willard is nany condition at all he will probably go through. any bout that is framed up for him with out being greatly molested. Fred Fulton is possibly his most danger ous rival, but the danger is slight. It must be admitted, however, that Ful ton has the best claim on Willard's attention. Fulton has fought every heavy of any importance and has knocked out a big part of them. Ful ton seems to be the best match for Willard in size, as he is as tall as the champ and has an even longer reach. Willard is likely to have an advantage of some forty pounds since Fulton's weight is 220 and Jess is not likely to do better than 260. But whatever Jess is able to do in the way of train ing few are willing to believe that he will enter the ring without the bur den of some little fat. WILLISTON GRAPHIC WHAT TM6 USE OK WOKItyiN^ A»Ov^T KMtWINC, WHAT TO WV •=*. CUH.STMAJ T-WESSOT+i WKRN VOW CAN "TAKC. HINT*! CjMNDMA VAN COON CGHTAINUV HINTS FoN. HAMMC EUCMIEF* AMD «'CV JUlT Ht/^RN OOWty AND qsT THAT OPF MY MIND attempt must be made to establish a great international organization as a means of setting international dis putes. War is a relic of barbarism an das law has succeeded violence in the settlement of individuals' dis putes, so it is destined to settle na tional controversies." "We are fighting for a just ar.d lasting peace," the premier declared. "Three conditions must be fulfilled: Firstly, the sanctity of treaties re established secondly, territorial set tlement based on the right of self determination or the consent of the governed lastly, creation of an in ternational organization to limit armaments and diminish the proba bility of war. "To secure those conditions the British empire is prepared to make even greater sacrifices." 6IVE BENEFIT FIGHT SAYS WILL GIVE RED CROSS BENEFIT IF ANY OF CHAL- LANGERS WANT TO COME THROUGH THAT WAY Now that Jess Willard declares he is ready to return to the fight game there will be perhaps less howling among the other heavies. For some while Jess has been receiving chal lenges from everyone in the class. Willard's idea is to perform in a Red Cross benefit and he stipulates that every cent of the entertainment's receipts shall be turned over. He de clares and that he will not expect the least remuneration whatsoever. Just how much of a hit this wiil make with some of those who have been most eager to meet the champ is yet to be seen. Fred Fulton, Bill Brennan, Billy Miske and Kid Nor folk, the dark demon, seem to be the have told the public that Willard boldest of Willard's challengers. These knows they ought to have his crown and that if he isn't going to fight any more he should at least give them the chance to shovfr they can make him look foolish. Eyeglass Screws. A handy way to tighten the screws in eyeglasses is to use a stub pen. The point fits into the slot, and because of the split in the pen, the screw can not be easily damaged. Subscribe for the Graphic. •\OTH E FOH l'I BM( \TIO\ Department of the Interior, U. S. I,mid ut Williston, N. D.. Dh:. 31. 1917. NOTICE is hereby given that John Dvorak, of Alexander, N. D., care of C. S. TIbbits, who, on April 24, 1911, made Homestead entry serial No. 015797, for Lot 2, Sec. 27 and Lots 1, 2, & 3, Section 34, Township 153 N.. Ransfe 102 \V.. 5th P. Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make five year Proof, to establish claim to the la*il above described, before The Register & Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Wil liston, N. D., on the 11th day of Feb.. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: C. P. Tibbits, Mrs. C. S. Tibbits, Ar thur L. Slater, all throe of Alexander, N. D.: E. fi. D. Anderson, of Williston, ?,T. W. E. Byerly. 30-51. Register. XOTICR OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE Whereas that certain mortgage here inafter described contains the provis ion that if' default shall be made in the payment of said sum of money or interest or any part thereof at the tune and in the manner hereinafter specified for the payment thereof, then the said mortgagee, his heirs, execu tors, administrators or assigns may declare the whole principal sum due and payable and the said party of the first part (said mortgagor) in such ease does hereby authorize and fully empower the said parties of the sec ond part (said mortgagee) his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns to foreclose this mortgage and sell the said hereby granted premises at public auction and to convey the same to the purchaser in fee simple, and. Whereas by the terms of said mort gage hereinafter described there be came due and payable thereon on the 10th day-of March, 1&17 the sum of lOighteen ($1S.()0) dollars as interest upon the said indebtedness so secured by said mortgage, no part or portion of which has ever been paid, and by reason of such default aforesaid the undersigned Mortgagee has elected to declare and hereby does declare the entire indebtedness so secured by said mortgage hereinafter described due and payable forthwith. NOW THKRKFOR1C NOTION IS HKHEBY GIVEN that that certain mortgage made, executed and deliver ed by Orville D. Mumby, mortgagor, to A. 13. Nohle, dated and bearing date the 10th day of March, 1916 and filed for record in the Office of the Register of Deeds in and for Williams County, North Dakota on the 13th dav of March A. D. 1916 at 10:50 o'clock A. M. and therein recorded in Book 133 of Mortgages on page 64 thereof will be foreclosed by sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter des scribed at the front door of the Court Mouse in the City of Williston, Wil liams County, North Dakota oil the 9tli day of February A. D. 1918 at the hour of two o'clock P. M. of said day to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage on the said day of sale. The premises described in said mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are those certain premises situated in the County of Williams and State of North Dakota described as follows to-wit: The West half of the Southwest Quarter (W 1-2 S\V 1-4) and Lots Five and six 5 & 6) and Eleven and Twelve (11 & 12) in Section Two (2) and Lots Eight and Nine (8 & 9) in Section Three (3) all in Township One hundred fifty-two North of Range One hundred four (104) west Fifth Prin cipal Meridian. There will be due on said mortgage said date of sale the sum of Two hundred and twenty-four "and no-100 ($224.00) dollars and said lands and premises aforesaid will be so sold as aforesaid on the said day aforesaid to satisfy and pay said indebtedness as well as costs of foreclosure and At torneys fees in pursuance of Statute in such case made and provided. Dated this 3rd day of January, 1918, A. F. Nohle, Mortgagee. PALMER. CRAVEN & BURNS, Attorneys for said Mortgagee, Office and Post office addreBS, Williston, North Dakota. 29-6t. NOTICE AND CITATION, HEARING OF FINAIi ACCOUNT AND DIS TRIBUTION OF ESTATE State of North Dakota, County of Williams. In County Court. Before Hon. A. L. Butler. Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Allen Edgar Lowe, also known as A. 13. Lowe, Deceased. John J. Murphy, as administrator of Estate of said deceased, Petitioner, vs. Louise C. Lowe, Stair, Christensen and Timerman, a partnership composed of John E. Stair, C. A. Christensen, and W. O. Timerman, Beatrice M. Lowe, a Minor, Irma Cook, a Minor, T. M. Cooney, Special Guardian for said .Minors. Simon Westby, Williston State Hank, a corporation, John Kassis, and Assad Kassis, partners as Kassis Brothers, L. N. Stice and H. M. Jensen, partners as Stice and Jensen, A. Mc Niven, Henry Poe, Williston Motor Company a partnership composed of F. X. Fuller and C. A. McKinney, Raw son Hardware Company a corporation, Mrs. Alice Frum, First National Bank of Williston, a corporation, S. Hansen, Orogan-Robinson Lumber Company, a corporation. Martin Jensen, Adolph Frederickson, Mrs. John Lindholm, J. R. Murphy, N. B. Ludowese, John Wiinka. H. J. Baker, G. M. Hedderich and Company, a partnership composed of fi. D. Hedderich and J. B. Lyon, Wil liston Ice Company, a partnership com posed of J. H. Shaw and Lars Christen son. C. E. Kelly, sole trader as Kelly Shirt Company, A. J. Husebye, E. M. Weil. F. \V. MacManus, Erick Ivathe S. N. Hotton. S. J. Creaser, W. C. Tatein. Sole Trader as Williston Elec tric Construction Company, W. 'J. Kel ly and M. A. Hegge, partners as City Grocery Company, A. A. Bradley and ,J. P. Cutting, partners as Williston Drug Company, P. C. Hamre, N. Mykle stnd. Charles W„ Jennison, D. K. Gibbs, and S. L. Boyce, Respondents. Notice find Citation. Zlenrlng of Final Account and' Dlwtrlbutloa of E»tat« The State of North Dakota to the above named Respondents. You, the. said respondents are here by notified that the final account of the administratbr above named of the estate of Allen Edgar Lowe, late of the City of Williston, in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, deceased, has been rendered to this Court, therein showing that the es tate of said deceased is ready for final settlement and distribution, that there are debts of said estate remaining un paid, and that Said estate is insolvent, and petitioning that his account be al lowed, the residue of said estate be dis tributed to the persons thereunto en titled, his administration Closed and he be discharged that Monday, the Twentv-flrst day of January, A. D., 1918 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that dav. at the Court Rooms of this Court, in the Court House, in the City of Williston, County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, has been duly appointed by this court for the settle ment thereof, at which time and place any person interested in said estate mav appear and file his exceptions, in writing, to said account and petition and contest the same. And you the above named respondents, and each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear be fore this Court, and show cause, if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the administration of said estate closed, and said administrator discharged. Dated the Twenty-second day of De cember, A. D. 1917. By the Court. (County Court Seal) A. L. Butler, FUNNY VAIN And Judge of the County Court. Let the Service of the above Citation oe made by publication and posti/ig iccording to law. Countv Court Seal) A. L. Butler. OS-41. Judge. It la rather riaky to have a cold Ohrlatmaa tim. ro THBS 6 WIT* 9KERCHIEP COUNTS NOTICE OF CONTEST Department of the Interior, Uni*ef! States Land Office at Williston, N'o. Dak., December 19th, 1917. Tn John Briggs of Williston, N*. D.. Contestee: You are hereby notified that 11. Blankenship who gives Williston, No. Dak., as his post-offlce address, did on December 3rd, 1917, file In this office his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your I-lotnestend Entry, Serial No. 020755 made Aug. 14, 1911, for Lot S. Section 6, Township 154, Range 101, Fifth Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that you have not resided on said land within the last ten months and that you have never cultivated the same and have wholly abandoned th» same and that your ab sence Is not due to your employment in the Military or Naval service of the United States or in any connection therewith. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken as confessed, and your said entry will be canceled without further right to be heard, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown be low, your answer, under oath, specifi cally responding to these allegations of contest, together with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the post office to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. Chas. A. Mansfield, Receiver. Date of tirst publication December 20th. 1917. Date of second publication December 27 tli. 1917. Date of third publication January 3rd. 193 S. Date of fourth publication January 10th, 1918. Ernest A. Francis. Attorney for Contestant, Williston. N. D. 27-4t. PROPOSALS FOR STATE DEPOSI TARIES Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with Sections 369, 370 and 371 Compiled Laws of North Dakota 1913, the Governor and the State Board of Auditors of North Dakota will hold a meeting at the offlce of the Secretary of State of said state at the Capitol Huilding at Bismarck, North Dakota, on the 8th day of January, 1918 for the purpose of designating depositaries for the funds belonging to the said State of North Dakota, for the period of two years and until the depositaries which shall be designated on the sec ond Tuesday of January, 1920, shall have qualified by law. Proposals of State or National Banks, doing business in the State of North Dakota will be received until the date of said meeting. Such proposals shall state what interest will he paid nrnonthly or average daily balances, on such funds as may be deposited by the State Treasurer in such deposi taries. The rate of interest shall be not less than two, nor more than three percent, and the amount for which any bank shall be designated shall not ex ceed 50 percent of its paid capital t.nd surplus. All proposals must be accompanied by a bond payable to the State, and executed by not less than seven free holders of the state, as sureties, or in lieu of such personal bond, a surety company bond for the sum equal to the amount of funds which such bank may receive, may be filed. If a x'Cf sonal bond is furnished, it shall be for a sum not less than double the amount of funds to be deposited in such bank at any one time. Blank applications and bonds may be obtained hv writing to the Secre tary of State at Bismarck, North Da kota. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 20th day of December, 1917. Lyrin J. Frazier, Governor. Thomas Hall, Secretary of State. Carl R. Kosltzky, State Auditor. William Langer, Attorney General. State Board of Auditors. 28-3t NOTICE OP MORT«AGE FORE CLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN That that certain mortgage executed and de livered by STEVE STROM, a single man, Mortgagor, to WELLS AND DICKEY COMPANY, a corporation, Mortgagee, dated the 12th day of Jan uary, 1915, recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Williams County, State of North Dakota on the 6th day of February, 1915 at 2:38 o'clock p. m, in Book 8 of Mortgages at page 318, will be foreclosed by the sale of the premises covered by said mortgage, and herein after described, at the front door of the Court House in t"he City of Williston. in the County of Williams, State of North Dakota at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on Monday the 4th day of February, 1918, to satisfy the amount due upon the mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in said mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are as follows: The South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S 1-2 NW 1-4) and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter (N 1-2 S\V" 1-4) of Section Eight (8), Town ship Qne Hundred Fifty-seven (157) North of Range Ninety-eight (98) West of the 5th Principal Meridian in Wil liams County, North Dakota. The mortgagor having failed to pay an installment of interest in the amount of Forty-five Dollars (|45) due No vember 1, 1916, and also an installment of interest in the amount of Forty-five Dollars ($45) due November 1, 1917, and also having failed to pay an in stallment of interest in the sum of Ninety Dollars (90) due November 1, 1916 on a prior mortgage, and an in stallment of interest in the sum of Ninety Dollars ($90) due November 1, 1917 on the said prior mortgage, which installments have been paid by said Mortgagee, and having also failed to pay taxes for the year 1916 in the amount of Fifty-one and 39-100 Dollars ($51.39), which taxes said Mortgagee has paid, said Mortgagee hereby de clares default and elects to declare the entire amount of said mortgage due and payable. There will be due on said mortgage on the day of sale the sum of FOUR HUNDRED FORTYrFIVE AND 84-100 DOLLARS ($445.84) together with the statutory attorney's fees and costs and disbursements of this foreclosure. Dated this 15th day of December, A. D„ 1917. Wells and Dickey Company, mm. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ftEO. A. McGEE E. GOSS McGee ft Goss Attorneys at Law General Law Practice Minot, N. Oak. OR- DOCHTEKMAN Physician and Surgeon Office in Union Block over Firat Na tional Bank Phone 38-2 Williston, N. r. DR E. J. HAGAN Physician and Surgeoa Night and day calls promptly Attorney At Law 'Williston, North Dakota Heffernan Block. Phone No. WILLIAM G. OWENS Attorney-at-Law Office in Telephone Building Williston, North Dakota MURPHY METZGER Lawyers Phone 12—Old Williams County Bank Bldg., Main St. Williston, North Dakota ]\f W. A. LODGE NO. 539« Meet every Tuesday eruinytt at 8:00 o'clock sharp, in Odd Folio** hall. Visitors always welcome. Arthur Evans, V. C. W. F. Cormany, dark TOS. J. FUNKE Tinner With the John L. Hagen Hdw. Co Main St. Guttering, Spouting and Metal Roofing Furnace Work Promptly Atteadoe MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 5U. A. F. & A. M. Fred H. Smith, W. M. Richard C. Ike, S. W. Sampel S. Hydle, J. W. B. J. Schoregge, Treas. Chas. E. Newell, Secy.. Ship Your Hides and Junk to Salsberg Bros. & Co. Formerly the Northwestern Hide ft Fur Co. Highest Prices Quick Returns Shipping Tags and Prices on Request 15 1st Ave. Eaat WILLISTON. N. D. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND LADISSt Mortgagee. Hager and Corwin, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Grafton, N. Dak. 27-7t |ik roar OnugM for CHIAIHES-IW S DIAMOND BRAND FILLS in Rko and GOLD metallic boxes, sealed with Blud Ribbon. Takb HO o-rnm. B»y «f Dnmrlrt M! Mk fjr CHI.C1U S.T£BS DIAMOND BKAX: PI LtS, for twentT^U* years regarded as Beat, Safest, Always RcllabXa. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE "o*™ W" wmK 4h',4^h Page Seres .V 4 mm t" $ 4| I .i i. si ••..» (p.- r.'Vi7Slk|t--j«r*jt ':m. it ,I answer-. ed. Glasses properly fitted. Office—37-2 Residence—3? T. SKOVUOLT B. Sc. M. D. Office Union Block Phone 57 for night and day call* Williston, N. D. DR- MARY A. GOL DSCHLAGES Willis ton's Pioneer Chiropractor Saykally Building, Main Street Williston North Dakota jVt E. TRAIN OIt, M. 1. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat Bruegger Block, Main Street Williston, N. D. r)R- A. McNIVEN Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Hospital in Connection Phone 841 Williston. N. E. KKEICEK Veterinarian Assistant State Veterinarian Phone 879 Red Williston, N. o. A J. ARSENAULT State Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director—Funeral Suppli** Office Ellithorpe Bldg., 427 N. Main Su Offlce Phone 126 Res. Phone 486 W. DISNEY Carpenter and Contractor Small jobs a specialty. Storm toiiae** Sheds, putting on storm windows— Short order work of all kinds. Phone 158 Williston, N. l. THOMAS M. COONEY fv 1 & ji A* I t'i: •w 'i 1 4 TESTED., MM Vi